Church of the Advocate

The Church of the Advocate is dedicated to serving the homeless, the vulnerable, and the street people of Asheville and Buncombe County. Everyone is welcome to be a part of our faith community.

Recent News

  • COTA Cottage Industries Project 2011-2013

    Preliminary Study results from a 2.5 year, two-phased psychological and social history assessment as well as the identification of talent and self esteem measures of 100 adults from The Advocate and Asheville street population are now available. The study conducted by The Rev. Dr. Hamilton Fuller and Dr. Amy O’Neill, clinical psychologist, is an effort to better [...]

  • Help Make Christmas A Special Occasion at Church of the Advocate!

    We are busy preparing for the annual Holiday Party on Sunday, December 22nd, when we share food, fellowship, and much-needed and appreciated gifts with those in our community who are grateful for even the most basic necessities. We hope you will continue to be part of this holy and joyous event and will bless us [...]

  • Living on the Edge – Homeless in Asheville

    Chloe Kemp shares authentic stories of people who never thought they would be faced with homelessness. World-wide economic uncertainty pushes people closer to the edge every day. It is no longer something that only happens to ‘others’ — we are all vunerable. Asheville, North Carolina is a typical American town in many ways. People are [...]


Holy Eucharist
1:30 - 2:30pm
Trinity Undercroft
60 Church St.

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10:00 - 11:30am
Trinity Undercroft
60 Church St.

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